We all know Marvel enjoys mixing two characters from different comic books. Let’s take a look at them

We all know Marvel enjoys mixing two characters from different comic books to create new roles. Sylvie from the Loki series is an example of this, as she was made by mixing Lady Loki, Sylvie Hushton, and Ikol Loki. It’s also possible that Marvel is adopting the same storey for the ancient island seen in Shang-Chi trailers.

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Michelle had previously discussed her character’s role as a guardian of an old city in an interview. It’s possible she was referring to K’un-Lun. Valley of the Sleeping Dragon appears in Marvel comics as a real-world location. K’un-Lun, on the other hand, is a mystical city in another dimension. If true, this could point to a link between MCU’s Iron Man and MCU’s Iron Man.

His character was seemingly broke the last time he appeared on a Marvel project, Avengers: Infinity War. Doctor Strange had more possibilities to gain fortune than Wong. This could be one reason why Wong has to compete in a “Mortal Kombat”-style tournament in order to win money.

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